Hart testified that Wilson threatened to shoot him and motioned toward his waistband as if he had a gun.
The FBI is now involved, investigating possible public corruption over camera vendor dealings in Columbus and Cincinnati.
Walters is charged with criminal homicide and aggravated assault and is being held without bail.
The weather has caused trees to fall and roads to be covered.
Officials at the county courthouse in Toledo, Ohio, called in another minister to perform same-sex marriages Friday.
Three cases remain undecided with the court scheduled to meet Monday for the final time until the fall.
UDRI researchers will work in labs at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Cost of the markers was underwritten by the Frank and Pearl Gelbman Foundation.
Residents are frustrated with the flooding and have called government officials and organizations for help.
Police said the driver of the minivan took off.
Michelle Hillier and her fiance Melanie are set to exchange vows on July 26.
Damian Billak received his Credentials of Ministry from the Universal Life Church on Thursday.
Police said six other people received injuries that weren’t life-threatening, and six more were uninjured.
Two men were bitten by sharks, bringing to six the number of attacks in the past two weeks.
“The Legislature continues to try to skirt the constitution and not fund schools,” John Robb said.
The sea cucumber harvesting ban will be in place for 120 days while an investigation continues.
Membership in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is by invitation only.
As Obama neared the close of his 40-minute remarks, he unexpectedly sang out the opening words of the hymn “Amazing Grace.”
A witness said the plane took off from Tri-City Airport and crashed in a field down the street from West Branch High School.
An internal investigation is underway. The officer involved in the shoving match was off Friday.